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Don't go here.. you'll go for a hike with an ok view, and climb 200 stairs to finally see a stone with some carving on it.
There are no 'caves'.. there is only one cave if you can call it that. It's not an actual...More
Visited edakkal caves on 17 Jan 2019.. U know they maintain strict timing. I went previous day exactly 4.05. .They didn't allow ..then I went back to visit museum..(total disappointment...without power supply they gave entry ticket ..cant even see anything inside...)next day morning went back...More
TIP: Only 1950 tickets are issued everyday. Be there by Noon particularly during the long weekends or school vacations to stand a chance to get the tickets.
It is a long walk to get to the caves from the car park - about 1.5 kilometers...More
Edakkal Caves are two natural caves at a remote location at Edakkal, 25 km from Kalpetta in the Wayanad district of Kerala in India's Western Ghats. They lie 1,200 m above sea level on Ambukutty Mala, near an ancient trade route connecting the high mountains...More
Sultan Battery, also known as Sulthan Bathery has been added as a new forum on TA. It is one of the major towns of Wayanad at a distance of 100 Km from Mysore and Calicut. Hotels in Sulthan Bathery are Hotel Mint Flower, Mint Flower Residency, Great Jubilee, Green Palace, Regency etc. Good place for shopping. Muthanga Wild life sanctuary is 12 Km from Sulthan Bathery and Edakkal Caves is around 16 Km. Jubilee Restaurant, Hotel Mint Flower are good restaurants in the town. There are many...More
April 24, 2013|
Sir, We are planning to visit Sultan Battery as tourist. Is any permit required if we enter from Karnataka. We will be coming from Mysore by road in a hired taxi. Thank You.
Bangalore, Karnataka, India
Should I visit Wayanad while it rains !! (6 Replies)
I have planned my travel during the upcoming weekend covering Friday (29-31 Aug) as it is a public holiday. After booking hotel room, I happen to check the weather forecast and found that it will rain for next 10 days in Wayanad and will remain cloudy. While I have heard from some friends that monsoon is very beautiful in Wayanad it puts question marks in my mind about the below two things:- 1. Do most of the tourist spots remain open/closed on a rainy day in Wayanad. 2. If it rains can I...More
August 25, 2014|
Hi Continous rain will affect your sight seeing while in moderate rain you will be able to manage.Pookot lake,banasura sagar dam,edakal caves,lakkidi etc are open soojipara reviews says its open and authorities may close in case of heavy rain Yes,wayanad is very beautiful and hill station will be in its full charm in monsoon.with moderate rain,you shall visit,but in heavy raisn you should skip i cant say what will be the weather conditions in this month last . you may send a PM to...More
Visit Wayanad during Onam (1 Replies)
As Kerala is celebrating Onam during Sep 2011, all friends on Trip Advisor are welcome to Wayanad. Places of interest to see are Muthanga Wild Life, Pookot Lake, Soojipara Water Falls, Banasura Sagar Dam, Kuruva Island, View Point in Lakkidi, Chain Tree, Jain Temple, Edakkal Caves etc. Sep is one of the best seasons for visiting Wayanad. You can find all kinds of accommodations varying from 100 - 7000 (Dormitory to Most comfortable resorts) and people are very friendly. From Calicut Airport...More